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Sayamacha Japanese Fukamushi Sencha Green Tea (Loose Tea) 100g

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Product Information

  • Brand:Sayamacha
  • Product type:Sencha (Green Tea)
  • Steaming style:Fukamushi (Deep steaming)
  • Grade:Ichibancha (First flush)
  • Harvesting season:Early May in Sayama City, Saitama Prefecture
  • Occasions:Everyday use
  • Ingredients:Green tea
  • Expiry date:We ship the product which has more than 365 days left before expires.
  • Country of origin:Japan (Tea leaf origin: Saitama Prefecture)
  • Manufacturer:Sayamacha Agricultural Cooperative (Iruma City, Saitama Prefecture)
  • Net weight:30 g (10 x 3.0 g Teabags)
  • Item weight (approx):40 g
  • Shipping weight (approx):40 g

Please Note

  • We suggest you contact your local customs office to inquire if food import is allowed in your country, as it is often restricted.
  • Please kindly choose an ePacket shipping (small packet up to 2 kg) at checkout, as we cannot send food by EMS or DHL shipping.

Key Features

  • Sayama, Uji and Sizuoka teas are known as the three greatest teas of Japan.

Brewing Information

  • Pour 70-80°C water over one tea bag in a pre-warmed cup. Leave to infuse for 30-90 seconds. Remove the tea bag and serve.
  • Can be re-steeped 2-3 times.

Directions

  • Store in a cool, dark and dry place.

Background

Sayama Tea (Sayamacha, in Japanese) is a type of green tea leaves produced mainly in southwest region of Saitama Prefecture and a small neighbouring area in northwest Tokyo. In comparison to teas from other tea-growing regions in Japan, Sayama Tea is characterised with its thick leaves. This is because the region is considered to be fairly north, and the cool climate, which sometimes causes frost in winter, makes trees unable to survive without thick leaves.

Tea extracted from such thick leaves resulted in a distinct sweet and rich flavour. Sayama Tea has been found to have some of the highest levels of the beneficial antioxidants found in green tea.

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